1. Sharing files and folders
  2. Payments and billing
  3. Security and privacy
  4. Dropbox for Business
  5. Syncing and uploads
  6. Sign-in help
  7. Desktop client and web app
  8. Manage account
  9. Space and storage
  10. Photos and videos
  11. Mobile

How can I use Active Directory to manage Dropbox for Business members?

The new Dropbox for Business API helps IT administrators create new integrations and new partnerships with great third-party technologies like eDiscovery, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Security Information & Event Management (SIEM), and more. Team admins can use the API to build a suite of security and compliance tools to manage analytics, content safety, and on-premises backups, and even build custom apps.

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Dropbox for Business administrators can automate the creation and removal of accounts from an existing Active Directory system. Once integrated, you can use Active Directory to manage membership. Provisioning is fast, easy, and free, thanks to our integration partners.

To integrate with Active Directory, you'll need a Dropbox for Business account and a new or existing account with one of our identity management partners. Visit them to find out more about their special Dropbox plans.

Dropbox Active Directory integration provides control over account provisioning and supports single sign-on (SSO). For more questions regarding integration, please contact the Dropbox sales team or technical support at Okta or OneLogin.

Dropbox for Business

This article refers to a feature unique to Dropbox for Business. Dropbox for Business is aimed at projects, groups, and other organizations that want to share the same Dropbox storage quota with all of its members. If you're interested in learning more or want to sign up, visit the Dropbox for Business webpage.